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. but federal prosecutors believe he has been on the payroll of pakistan's spy agency for years. as andrea mckaren reports, allegedly participanted in secret lobbying effort. >> if you are going to have an outfit in the state that you want to influence political matters, you put it in washington, d.c. >> in the case of sied, the alleged money trail leads to an unusual source. >> it appears that the money that is being used here, at least according to the allegation is coming directly from a pakistani intelligence service. >> as the head of the american council in d.c., he made several campaign contributions to democratic and republican members of the house. including virginia congressman, jim moran. he also sent checks to then presidential candidates to barack obama and al gore. >> oddly enough, the men's hair care product allegedly played a role in the secret payments to fi. the affidavit revealed a conversation in which he says he received all but 75- milligrams of bril cream. apparent code for $75,000. another time, he asked for two or three pieces of bril cream. believed to signify $
prosecutors believe he has been on the payroll of pakistan spy agency for years and participated in a secret lobbying effort involving millions of dollars. andrea mckaren has been following the case. she here now with more. andrea. >> this 45 page affidavit, which we just posted on our website reads like a spy thriller. he has not been charged, but his case is a story of money, intrigue, and influence pedaling here in washington. >> if you are going to have an outfit in state that you want to influence political matters, you put it in washington, d.c. >> nothing new in washington, but in the case of him, the alleged money trail leads to an unusual source. >> money that is being used here, at least according to the allegation is coming directly from a pakistani intelligence service. >> as the head of the american council in dc. he made several campaign contributions to democratic and republican members of the house, including virginia congressman, jim moran. he also sent checks to then presidential candidates, barack obama and al gore. >> oddly enough, the men's hair care product played
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